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Atlanta airport to restart contracting for long-delayed concessions - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport plans to seek operators for more than 100 retail, dining and traveler services spaces across the terminal and concourses in coming months, after years of delays before and during the pandemic.... ...Hartsfield-Jackson concessions director Marlene Coleman said the airport wants concessionaires to "create a sense of place" through local concepts representing metro Atlanta, Georgia or the Southeast, or through locally-sourced products....

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Best and worst days to fly for the holidays, according to the Vacationer

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Tracker for Hurricane Ian

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'Breakdown' Episode 12: What happened in Coffee County - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Podcast hosts Bill Rankin and Tamar Hallerman interview Mark Niesse, the AJC's elections and voting rights expert, in "Breakdown Bonus," the twelfth episode of the podcast's ninth season, "The Trump Grand Jury.".... ...Niesse, who was at the Cobb County audit of absentee ballots, also recalls the unusual and sudden visit by former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. Meadows was told he could not go inside to see what was going on....

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Second Georgia college designated as Hispanic Serving Institution - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Department of Education distinction earned by schools where at least a quarter of students are Hispanic. "It's just continued reaffirmation of our diversity," said Provost George Low in an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.... ...Miguel Martinez for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Low said the college's enrollment reflects the makeup of Gwinnett County, where a majority of its students hail from. About 22% of the county's population is Hispanic, according to 2021 U.S. Census Bureau numbers....

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Albany State University student dies in dorm

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...Grant Student Union Amphitheatre on East campus.... ...Albany State officials encouraged students to seek counseling and other campus resources. Staff writer Leon Stafford contributed to this report....

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With clear skies, peanut harvest gets underway in southwest Georgia

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...The tasty legumes are big business in Georgia, with the top 10 counties for peanuts in the Albany vicinity, including the top two in 2020, Mitchell and Worth, as well as Baker, Colquitt, Decatur, Early and Miller counties. "So far, so good," Baker County grower Shane Kelly said.... ...Kelly said his operation did not have as much rain, which was also the case in nearby counties. In other locales, wet weather has been a factor. Heavy rainfall caused the postponement of the annual Field Day at the Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie in July....

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Hate driving? And flying? This company has a new way for travelers to visit Myrtle Beach

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...Travelers are now able to book trips with Megabus between Myrtle Beach and 10 cities across the Southeast, thanks to a partnership between Megabus and Southeastern Stages, a transportation provider in the region.... ...Myrtle Beach will have rides to and from these three South Carolina cities on Megabus: Columbia, Florence and Sumter. Megabus also will offer service between these seven cities in Georgia and Myrtle Beach: Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Conyers, Monroe, Thomson and Washington....

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MONDAY'S WEATHER: As Hurricane Ian forms, Atlanta stays dry to start the week

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...As Hurricane Ian strengthens and bears down on the Gulf Coast, weather in North Georgia could not look nicer over the next few days....



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